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Nature & Environment

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  • Angry Weather: Heat Waves, Floods, Storms, and the New Science of Climate Change by Friederike Otto (Greystone Books/David Suzuki Institute)
  • Alberta Wayside Wildflowers by Linda Kershaw (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Animal Tracks of Québec by Ian Sheldon and Tamara Eder (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Best Places to Bird in Ontario by Kenneth Burrell and Michael Burrell (Greystone Books)
  • Birds of Saskatchewan edited by Alan R. Smith, C. Stuart Houston, and J. Frank Roy (Nature Saskatchewan)
  • Breeding Birds of the Maritime Provinces, Second Atlas by Rebecca Stewart et al. (Bird Studies Canada)
  • Bugs of British Columbia by John Acorn and Ian Sheldon (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Conserving the Legacy: Wildlife Conservation in Saskatchewan 1905–2005 by G. Wayne Pepper (Nature Saskatchewan)
  • Canadian Owl Guide by Darcy Dobell (Scholastic)
  • The Curious World of Bacteria by Ludger Wess (Greystone Books)
  • The Greatest Polar Expedition of All Time: The Arctic Mission to the Epicenter of Climate Change by Markus Rex (Greystone Books)
  • Growing Up in Wild Horse Canyon by Karen Autio (Crwth Press)
  • The Hidden Kingdom of Fungi: Exploring the Microscopic World in Our Forests, Homes, and Bodies by Keith Seifert (Greystone Books)
  • The Hidden Life of Trees: The Illustrated Edition by Peter Wohlleben (Greystone Books/David Suzuki Institute)
  • The Inner Life of Animals: Love, Grief, Empathy; Surprising Observations of a Hidden World by Peter Wohlleben (Greystone Books/David Suzuki Institute)
  • The Internet of Animals: Discovering the Collective Intelligence of Life on Earth by Martin Wikelski (Greystone Books)
  • Kah-Lan the Adventurous Sea Otter by Karen Autio (Sono Nis Press)
  • Kah-Lan and the Stink-Ink by Karen Autio (Crwth Press)
  • Kingdom of Frost by Bjørn Vassnes (Greystone Books)
  • The Littlest Monkey by Sarah E. Turner (Sono Nis Press)
  • Luminous: Living Things That Light Up the Night (Greystone Kids)
  • Manitoba Wayside Wildflowers by Linda Kershaw (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Mammals of British Columbia by Tamara Eder and Don Pattie (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Montana Birds by Caleb Putnam and Gregory Kennedy (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Nab the Bully Plant, educational program developed by Juliet Craig and Nancie Dohan (Fraser Basin Council)
  • Ontario Wildflowers: 101 Wayside Flowers by Linda Kershaw (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Our Little Farm: Adventures in Sustainable Living by Peter and Miriam Wohlleben (Greystone Books/David Suzuki Institute)
  • Plants of Haida Gwaii by Nancy J. Turner (Sono Nis Press)
  • Plasticus Maritimus: An Invasive Species by Ana Pêgo and Isabel Minhós Martins (Greystone Kids/David Suzuki Institute)
  • Ribbon’s Way by Sarah E. Turner (Sono Nis Press)
  • Rise of the Necrofauna: The Science, Ethics, and Risks of De-Extinction by Britt Wray (Greystone Books/David Suzuki Institute)
  • Saskatchewan Wayside Wildflowers by Linda Kershaw (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • Trees Against the Wind: The Birth of Prairie Shelterbelts by William R. Schroeder (Nature Saskatchewan)
  • Trees of Ontario, Including Tall Shrubs by Linda Kershaw (Lone Pine Publishing)
  • The Unlikely Hero: The Story of Wolf 8 (A Young Reader’s Edition) by Rick McIntyre and David Poulsen (Greystone Kids)
  • What’s Wild Outside Your Door? Discovering Nature in the City by Peter Wohlleben (Greystone Kids)
  • Wildflowers of the Eastern Sierra and Adjoining Mojave Desert and Great Basin by Laird R. Blackwell (Lone Pine Publishing)


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